6:00am - 4:00pm
751 Beaufort Street Mount Lawley 6050
(08) 6260 9392

If you like shakshuka, Secondeli is the place to go. Owners Abdul and Loubna Belhassan bring their Moroccan heritage to the fore at their cafe, with a menu rich in North African flavours.

Abdul, chef and past owner of Fez, fills the all-day menu with many of his own traditional recipes. There’s the shakshuka served with merguez sausages, labne, poached egg and dukkah; and a Berber breakfast with meatballs, tomato ragout and fried egg. Both come with toast, ideal for mopping up the sauce.

Loubna, a pastry chef, bakes all the cakes. They’re mainly made with almond meal, making them a win for gluten-free diners.

With help from third owner Mike Ardon, the couple turned what was a deli for 26 years into a bustling corner cafe. You won’t sit elbow-to-elbow here. They’ve kept it spacious and there are a handful of tables outside. It’s perfect for the locals walking down with their dogs or mums with prams.

The cafe is also a hit with early-risers. It’s one of the few cafes in Perth to serve coffee before 7am. You can get a cup here from 6am. It’s the Dark Horse blend from Five Senses, with a single origin also on offer. A coffee window set between planter boxes services the takeaway set.



  • open early
  • takeaway
  • African